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to herself is sticking to hers. mark phillips, cbs news, london. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," charlie rose sits down with mohamed morsi, who attended the u.n. general assembly. >>> also more from our interview with mahmoud ahmadinejad. and a talk with bill clinton about his wife's future in politics. that and more a little later on "cbs this morning." for now, that will do it for the morning news this tuesday. i'm terrell brown. take care, everybody. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ,,,, >>> lawrence is as hot in here. >>>
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. >>> and this morning scientists are taking stock of the oceans and finding amazing things. mark phillips reports, french researchers say they found 1.5 million previously unknown species. >> reporter: it's a big expedition looking at some of the world's smallest but most important creature, the terra is a sailing research vessel that complete ad 2 1/2 year 7,000 mile voyage looking for plankton the microscopic creatures whose role is massive. >> they generate the oxygen in every second breath that we breathe. incredibly important. they take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. >> reporter: the team collected samples of sea water and found they say about a million and a half species of plankton, twice the number previously known. they found something else too. minute shreds of plastic. they found more blastic than plankton especially in the antarctic. >> we thought areas like antarctic were pristine, being isolated, far away from humanity. the fact that we found plastic debris down there in terms of tens of thousands of pieces is very sad because this will hang around for thousands of years. >>
to phillip on your screen indicating ninth degree readings. so is it will be a scorcher if you want to leave you will probably want to get to the beaches. we will see sunshine and '70s for even are coolest bay area locations. checkout mount view led 90 degrees 89 on tap for sunnyvale 92 in san jose. we are talking triple digit readings 100 and fairfield 102 and then bill. livermore climb to 101. plenty of sunshine and the north bay 92 to 95 for napa. mid-70s or ocean beach 87 expected in oakland. fit >> we will continue as unseasonably warm conditions test tomorrow. it will start to cool down to integers in the upper 80s fleer warmest inland areas. check out thursday friday in fact are warm spots will only be in the '70s. quite the difference for what we are experiencing today and tomorrow. overawed mild and pleasant conditions as we transition into the weekend. that hot weather coming up in just a bit over to the traffic center i don't have any hot spots to keep you updated to. no issues to contend with traffic moving well from all of the approaches. over at the san mateo bid bridge west an
gotten together for a very emotional reunion. >> reporter: a week after police officer phillip standofer pushed her out of the way of his oncoming car it almost certainly saved her life. sarah beady still struggles to put her gratitude into word. >> thank you doesn't cover the fact that i am here and talking. >> reporter: that night in lubbock, texas it was the 19-year-old student talking to officers about a fender-bender she just witnessed. watch again as a van with an alleged drunk driver behind the wheel plows into the police car sending it barrelling towards them. officer standofer grabs beady and pushes her to safety. the other cop barely escapes too. >> i knew that she didn't see the car coming. so i just moved and got her out of the way. >> reporter: in fact while beady was safe, the man who just saved her was actually penned between the cars. >> i looked at my leg and saw that it didn't look like it was pointing in the direction it should have been. >> i remember hitting the concrete and closing my eyes again because i wasn't sure if i was going to open them up. >> reporter: bead
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